A chatty vlog of our visit to the Peak District and our stay at Lime Tree Holiday Park. A great site and a lovely area to visit.
Our first visit to Lime Tree Holiday park near Buxton and I don’t think it will be our last. A welcoming campsite in a brilliant location near enough to town but also off the beaten track.
Our second camp, of the second of year, of the pandemic that we’ve all had to suffer took us to the Peak District. It’s our closest National Park but we’ve never actually stayed here, only ever really having just travelled through it! Glad to report though … Continue readingBuxton – Lime Tree Park camping
Lisa’s mum had never been to see the Iron men at Crosby, Liverpool (just off Burbo Bank) so after their recent re siting (their foundations had been re strengthened ) we took her to see them. We got there at low tide and took in … Continue readingIron men – Soft ice cream
Here’s a very chatty vlog from our recent camping trip to Newgale in Pembrokeshire. We take a trip to Tenby and do a couple of nice walks to Solva and Rickets Head.
Here’s my review of Newgale campsite in Pembrokeshire. A real little gem, this campsite is a stones throw from the beach and a good jumping off spot for many of the Pembrokeshire sights. On this trip we also visited Tenby and took a walk in … Continue readingCampsite Review – Newgale campsite
So with the easing of lockdown we took the opportunity to head off south for a break away to one of our favourite camping locations at Newgale Beach, Pembrokeshire. The weather was kind to us so we managed to get out and about each day; … Continue readingNewgale – First camp for a while
Bank holiday weather lived up to its reputation but we managed to get out and about before the really bad rain came on the Monday. A walk from New Brighton towards Heswel ended short at just passed Leasowe as the wind picked up and the … Continue readingNew Brighton to Leasowe – Windy Walk
The coronavirus lockdown continues but eases and the sun still shines. So a good opportunity to get around the city and take some photos of it whilst being bathed in the warming April sunshine. Here are some of the results..
Not a city to let a pandemic get in the way of its art, the River of Light Festival brightened up everyone spirits. Intriguing installations from artists were spread across the waterfront and back in towards the centre giving a decently spread walk on a … Continue readingRiver of Light – Festival